AFUE is an acronym for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency, and it measures how efficiently your furnace can utilize its fuel. Essentially, the more efficient your furnace is, the more heat you will get per unit of fuel. When it comes to getting a new heater, it’s essential to learn how to properly read AFUE ratings.
Air Mechanical, Inc. Blog: Archive for March, 2016
When you have a major drain clog, it’s understandable that you would want the drains cleaned out quickly. You have trouble using your sink, shower, toilet, and all of the most important fixtures in your home. But you also want to make sure that the plumbers do a thorough job, and that they get the drains completely cleared so that you don’t just have more problems in the near future. The best way to do this is with drain cleaning, and drain cleaning is always better when paired with a video camera inspection.
Most of us are attached to some sort of device—phone, tablet, or computer—for a good chunk of the day, in part because it’s replaced so many of the manual items that we once relied on. Maps have been replaced by an application, tablets take the place of books, and text messages are a lot easier than sticky notes.
When your heating system finally fails, you want to get it replaced fairly quickly. But we think you should take a little time to consider the benefits of choosing a high-efficiency heater, rather than going for a fast and inexpensive option. Your high-efficiency furnace, heat pump, or hydronic system can last longer, use less energy, and save you more in the long run. Learn more below.